BROOKLINE – Town Administrator Chas Carey invites Brookline residents to volunteer for a variety of open positions on critical town boards and committees in 2023.
More than 10 boards have vacancies that engaged residents are encouraged to fill in order to help each fulfill its critical role supporting the town’s work related to diversity and inclusion, the arts, public health, preservation, and more.
“All of these organizations share the common goal to better the town of Brookline,” said Town Administrator Carey. “It would be exciting to see community members volunteering to take part in this great work.”
Some of the board and commissions that currently have vacancies include:
- Fisher Hill West Uses Advisory Committee
- Small Business Development Committee
- Preservation Commission
- Naming Committee
- MLK Celebration Committee
- Building Commission
- Brookline Village Parking Benefit District Advisory Board
- Bicycle Advisory Committee
- Brookline Housing Authority
- Advisory Council on Public Health
- Boylston Street Corridor Study Committee
- Zoning Board of Appeals
Residents who are interested in filling a vacancy on one or more boards should fill out a form here and include their resume or other materials which highlight their relevant background and experience.
To learn more about boards and commissions in Brookline, click here.